M: Slightly medicinal/iodine-like, peat smoke, peppery and vanilla sweetness.
M: Fudge sweetness, slight sea air/salt and spice.
M: Lingering peat and warming finish.
M: Like its western isle counterparts, this island’s staple delivers a peaty punch whilst providing sugar and spice (and all things nice). Personally, I find it a little smoother than any of the Islay peat monsters and it displays a bit more of the maritime saltiness that you would expect from being stored for 10 years on a remote island. Overall, it’s a great peaty whisky that won’t quite blow your head off but might leave you catching your smoky breath.